ANTE UP! Commenter Bobafet7 suggests that on Saturday Georgia and Florida solve their beef the old-fashioned 2002 way.
Florida would win this contest because with quarkbacks Demps and Rainey, we have midgets, and everyone loves hard-dancing agile midgets.
In rod he trusts. Despite suffering a compound fracture and having a rod placed in his leg, Houston wide receiver Patrick Edwards should be ready to play next season following a cart-induced horrorshow of an injury in the Cougars' game against Marshall. Yay.
His fascination with ancient pirates is such that his desk features a flintlock pistol from the Bluebeard era and he often flies a skull-and-crossbones flag from Tech's video practice tower.
Yarr, captain. Regardless of what happens on Saturday, ye sail a fine ship.
We are approaching the county line between Moron and Epic Dumbass. Ronnie Wilson, the UF lineman who discharged a massive firearm in the middle of downtown Gainesville and is back on the team, is not practicing with the team. Rumors of a fight or scuffle this past weekend remain unattributed on the journalistic side, but if it's even close to true Wilson is stretching the limits of the word stupidity.
Pants, doing good around the world. Pat Dye's pants are serving the common good in the form of a charity auction for an Auburn nursing scholarship fund. The pants and contents therein were put in a display case worthy of Joseph Cornell-level surrealism:
According to Shelley Grider, development officer for the Auburn School of Nursing, the pants were cleaned and displayed in a beautiful, custom-built wooden shadow box along with Dyes recovered wallet, credit cards, car keys and an autographed copy of Lake magazine that told the story.
Pants. Does their magic have no end?